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Accenture helps transform ADF postings with Pega-powered app

27 July, 2021

Accenture and Pegasystems have launched a new technology platform, PostingConnect, to help serving ADF members relocate interstate with minimum fuss.

Researchers develop AI tech to enhance solar forecasting methods

14 July, 2021

Monash University, Worley and Palisade Energy have collaborated to develop a machine that can predict short-term renewable energy generation.

Calix joins $39 million low-carbon research project

08 July, 2021

Calix has joined a low-carbon research project, which received a $39 million funding boost, to reduce emissions across Australia's heavy industrial processes.

Bushfire and lightning detection tech for Melbourne Water

07 July, 2021

Axis Communications has partnered with EYEfi to deliver a bushfire monitoring and lightning detection system for Melbourne Water.

TransGrid, Endeavour Energy join EnergyLab Scaleup Program

23 June, 2021

TransGrid and Endeavour Energy have partnered with nine late-stage energy startups in EnergyLab's new Scaleup Program cohort, to drive energy sector innovation.

NSW council implements parking fine issuance solution

23 June, 2021

The Hills Shire Council has implemented an integrated parking compliance technology solution, vCompliance, to streamline parking fine collection management.

Embrace digitisation with current, contextual aerial maps

22 June, 2021

Local, state and federal infrastructures are being scrutinised like never before in an attempt to keep our nation safe. Government departments are having to evolve what they do and how they do it at an accelerated pace in light of our present-day challenges.

Australian Space Awards recognise leading astrophysicist

17 June, 2021

Astrophysicist Dr Sascha Schediwy has received the overall Excellence award and been named Academic of the Year at the 2021 Australian Space Awards.

USC app to help citizens predict bushfire severity

10 June, 2021

USC researchers have received a $500,000 grant to develop and implement an app for citizens living in fire-prone areas to predict the likelihood of bushfires.

Aussie X-ray tech to transform US airport security

01 June, 2021

Australian company Micro-X will establish its US headquarters in the Washington State, to enhance its X-ray technology for high-intensity use in airports and hospitals.

LatConnect 60, SSTL in UK–Australia Space Bridge partnership

26 May, 2021

LatConnect 60 and Surrey Satellite Technology have partnered under the UK–Australia Space Bridge, to boost knowledge across both countries' space sectors.

Qld to construct smart underground waste disposal system

20 April, 2021

The Sunshine Coast Council is installing a high-tech underground automated waste collection system to transport waste out of the Maroochydore City Centre.

Health Travel Pass launched to verify traveller health

14 April, 2021

IDEMIA has launched a Health Travel Pass, designed to help governments reduce the risk of incoming travellers spreading COVID-19.

HD maps driving the future of Aussie autonomous vehicles

08 April, 2021

A robotics expert has called for government–industry collaboration to create HD maps, to help Australia lead a core aspect of autonomous vehicle development.

SA explores feasibility of exporting hydrogen to Europe

31 March, 2021

The South Australian Government will explore the feasibility of exporting locally produced green hydrogen to the Port of Rotterdam.

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